Friday, March 2, 2018 - 3:44pm
According to reports Thursday, University of Michigan LSA freshman Jacob Moore is the first male victim to file suit against former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar.

According to reports Thursday, University of Michigan LSA freshman Jacob Moore is the first male victim to file suit against former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar.

This complaint is one of six amended complaints filed as part of the civil suit against Nassar, USAG, and MSU. Over 250 women and young girls have now sued Nassar and the organizations he worked within.

Friday, January 26, 2018 - 12:38am
Morgan McCaul at the Nassar Trial Wednesday.

Morgan McCaul entered Michigan State’s medicine clinic at the age of 12. At the time, McCaul — now an LSA freshman at the University of Michigan — was an aspiring ballerina with tears in both hip flexors.

She went to East Lansing in search of world-renowned doctor Larry Nassar with hopes he could provide her with the help she needed to return to dance.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018 - 11:23am
Larry Nasser wipes his eyes during his trial in the Ingham County Courthouse in Lansing Wednesday.

Former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced to serve 40 years to 175 years in state prison Wednesday afternoon at the conclusion of a week-long trial. More than 150 survivors of sexual assault delivered statements over the course of the week, testifying to the molestation and abuse they suffered at the hands of Nassar under the guise of medical treatment over the past 30 years.

Monday, January 22, 2018 - 12:14am
Larry Nassar, Former Michigan State University doctor, listens to survivor testimonies during his hearing in the Ingham County courthouse Friday.

Twenty-one more survivors rose to stand in the Ingham County courthouse to share their experience of sexual abuse at the hands of former Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar on Friday.

Nearly every seat in the courtroom was filled by survivors and their families, and at the conclusion of each impact statement the room erupted in applause.

Monday, January 15, 2018 - 11:30pm

As we enter into our new editorial positions at The Michigan Daily, we find ourselves at the crossroads of campus, on the cusp of moments interrogating sexual harassment, racism at the University of Michigan and the intersections of inequity. Getting the news right has never been more important. And more than ever, our readers are at the heart of what we do.

It’s a new year at the news desk. Allow us to reintroduce ourselves.


Monday, October 23, 2017 - 10:45pm
Ann Arbor City Council members kneel during the national anthem at the meeting on October 17, 2017.

Aug. 26, 2016, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick remained seated during the national anthem of a National Football League preseason game to protest the oppression of people of color and ongoing issues of police brutality in those communities.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017 - 8:14pm

The Ann Arbor Police Department announced a $2,000 reward for information on the three men who spray-painted racist graffiti last month on a downtown mural.

"Free Dylann Roof, I Hate N------” was written in an alleyway on the 600 block of East Liberty Street the morning of Sept. 16.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017 - 10:59pm

This morning racist fliers were posted outside Stockwell Residence Hall, presenting the minority enrollment numbers at both the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, insinuating gaps in the average IQ of Black and white students. This correlation between race and mental ability was popularized in the late 1990s by Charles Murray, a political scientist slated to speak at the University next Wednesday.

Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 5:19pm
President Schlissel addresses Black Student Union protesters at the Union last night.

Following a night of protests over University President Mark Schlissel’s lack of a formal response to racially charged incidents on and around campus, Schlissel and other administrative faculty members — including Martin A.

Monday, September 18, 2017 - 11:24pm

In response to several recent incidents of racism on the University of Michigan campus and throughout Ann Arbor, students and faculty hung up posters with phrases of solidarity and support for targeted groups Monday night.

"You are loved, valued, and important. Hatred has no place here. The Michigan community stands with you," a poster read.